Nov 17, 2013 6:00pm EST
the bus to create the stability. >> that was elizabeth warren before became the massachusetts senator. both sides would have added. and they either love her or hated her, but with both sides and now we keep asking her to come back, but she won't. she's getting the buzz is presidential candidate. sheila joins us now. a woman from both sides. but unlike this, she comes back. i don't know what's going on here. but i will say that obviously she appear appeals to the extreme level. and moderating the approach from the point of view from the obama administration and they want to hear from this on the left. when it comes to that financial matters, that has to be very dangerous and it's something that you want about, politicizing these financial matters on either side. but i worry about where this is leading. what do you think? >> i don't think, that. >> okay. >> or not, so putting that aside from i don't think the same kind of things that she is pushing is that radical. i think she identies as the middle class. and she connects with the main street problems. i think the kinds of solu
Nov 14, 2013 11:00pm EST
getting it implemented at all. >> i think that massachusetts is always pointed to as the model and advancement. what most people don't understand is that massachusetts modifies insurance market over a 20 year period and going to the individual mandate was the last stuff in a long process that includes the health insurance market substantially. what we did was cram all that into is very short. mcintyre. neil: okay, the argument of massachusetts showing that things were not rammed down people's throats. now republicans are going to seize up this and say, okay, we want to refute us. >> welcome i think it would be great if we could see some bipartisan collaboration. and i hope that we can find a way through it. at the end o the day we have millions of cancellation notices and the people are worried and we need to get access to care. neil: thank you so much. meanwhile, we have a stunning admission. >> chronically the federal programs are over budget and behind schedule and, you know, we might have done more to make sure that we are breaking the mold and how we are going to set this up.
Nov 15, 2013 1:00pm PST
% decline. ibm is following existing trend. but look at the example of massachusetts, which put in a program that was more generous than obamacare, and employer sponsored went up, not down. >> why is this one size fits all advantageous? i just talked to a number of people, dozen, who have been saying, look, i have to -- pediatric care, i'm a grandfather, way over that, or child coverage for my wife who is long past her child-bearing years. how did it get to be that it way? >> it's not one size. the key thing is, you've want to end discrimination, by gender, say that women should not have to pay more than men for health insurance, then that means that everyone has to share the cost of maternity coverage. if you don't think that's right, that's legitimate. >> but that was never telegraphed. when this started -- that's fine if you want to say thought now. number of that was tell grafted, as well as the fact people would lose their plan or pay more, none of this you would do better by doing some good, maybe paying more but in the net positive the country would benefit. that was never, ev